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Kitchen

Keeping a clean kitchen can be a challenge, but the task is a breeze when you have the ultimate kitchen cleaning guide

Bake Ware

Material(s): Aluminum, Glass, & Nonstick

Common Problems: Food Mess, Grease

How to Clean: Remove and discard any loose debris. Wash with Dish Detergent using the Linen Knit Dish Cloth and hot water after each use; then rinse and wipe dry with a clean cloth.

For burned surfaces soak in All-Purpose Bleach Alternative and hot water, scrub with the Copper Cloth. Do not use the Copper Cloth on Teflon.

Cautions: Due to environmental concerns, the EPA has required that detergent manufacturers remove phosphorous, the key ingredient, from their formulations. These grocery brand detergents do not incorporate the expensive, environmental enzymes needed to clean thoroughly--as a result residue and spotting is left behind.

Cutting Boards

Cutting Boards

Materials: Glass, Plastic, Wood

Common Problems: General Cleaning, Food Mess, Odors

How to Clean: Wash with hot water rubbing the Kitchen Soap Bar across the entire surface to remove bacteria, odor and stains. Rinse with hot water to remove excess soap. Air-dry or pat dry with clean cloth. Plastic or glass boards can be washed in the dishwasher.

Cautions: Wooden cutting boards cannot be put in the dishwasher as they will crack and weaken.

Butcher Blocks

Common Problems: General Cleaning

How to Clean: Spray with Surface Cleaner and wipe with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths. Treat unfinished wood at least once a month by rubbing olive oil into the wood. Apply and let sit overnight, remove excess oil off with a clean cloth.

Cautions: Avoid using ammonia and harsh toxic cleaners.

Surfaces

Cabinets

Common Problems: General Cleaning, Dust, Fingerprints

How to Clean: Clean weekly to remove dust, staining and fingerprints. Spray with Surface Cleaner and wipe using a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths. Wipe down with vinegar to deodorize and keep bugs away.

Cautions: Do not apply wood polish to sealed or painted wood as this will attract dust and dirt. Avoid abrasive and toxic cleaners.

Cookware

Material 1: Copper

Common Problems: Food Mess, Grease

How to Clean: Remove and discard any loose debris. Wash with Dish Detergent, a Dish Brush and hot water after each use; then rinse and wipe dry with a clean cloth.

For burned surfaces soak in All Purpose Bleach Alternative and hot water, scrub with the Copper Cloth. Do not use the Copper Cloth on Teflon.

Material 2: Nonstick

Common Problems: Food Mess, Grease

How to Clean: Remove and discard any loose debris. Wash with Dish Detergent, a Dish Brush and hot water after each use; then rinse and wipe dry with a clean cloth.

For burned surfaces soak in All Purpose Bleach Alternative and hot water scrub with a Dish Brush.

Copper materials are not dishwasher safe. Never place Silver in the dishwasher with Stainless Steel and/or other metals--it will tarnish immediately. Avoid long term exposure to acidic liquids.

Cautions: Copper materials are not dishwasher safe. Never place Silver in the dishwasher with Stainless Steel and/or other metals--it will tarnish immediately. Avoid long term exposure to acidic liquids.

Due to environmental concerns, the EPA has required that detergent manufacturers remove phosphorous, the key ingredient, from their formulations. These grocery brand detergents do not incorporate the expensive, environmental enzymes needed to clean thoroughly--as a result residue and spotting is left behind.

Kitchen Countertops

Materials: Granite, Laminate, Marble, Quartz, Stone

Common Problems: General Cleaning, Food Mess and Spills

How to Clean: Remove and discard any loose debris. Spray with Surface Cleaner after each use; then rinse and wipe dry with a clean cloth. Drying with a cloth will prevent water marks. Immediately clean spills such as vinegar, citrus fruit and wine to prevent staining.

Cautions: Steel wool brushes and pads can be damaging. Avoid using ammonia and harsh toxic cleaners. Never place hot pots and pans directly on surface. Cutting directly on countertops will chip, scratch, and stain surfaces.

Faucets & Fixtures

Materials: Chrome, Stainless Steel

Common Problems: Hard-water Stains and Rust

How to Clean: To clean, spray faucets and showerheads with the Surface Cleaner and wipe dry.

To remove rust or hard-water deposits, scrub with a solution of Scented Vinegar and water. Rinse well and wipe dry.

Cautions: Do not use abrasive scrubs or pads. Avoid ammonia, chlorine bleach and other strong chemicals. Be sure to keep dry after use.

Kitchen Knives

Common Problems: General Cleaning, Food Mess

How to Clean: Remove and discard any loose debris. Hand wash with a Dish Brush, Dish Detergent and hot water; then rinse and wipe dry with a clean cloth. Drying with a cloth will prevent water marks.

Cautions: Never place quality kitchen knives in the dishwasher, as this will cause edges to dull. Wash immediately after use; never leave sharp objects in the bottom of your sink.

Sink

Materials: Cast Acrylic, Cast Iron, Copper

Common Problems: General Cleaning and Food Mess

How to Clean: Remove and discard food from the sink and strainer. Wash with Dish Detergent and hot water after each use.

Drain and Disposal Maintenance: For a natural drain cleaner, mix 1 cup of boiling vinegar with a 1/4 cup of All Purpose Bleach Alternative. Pour into the drain and let sit for 5 minutes—rinse with hot water.

Cautions: Steel wool brushes and pads can be damaging. Avoid using ammonia and harsh toxic cleaners.

Material: Granite

Common Problems: General Cleaning and Food Mess

How to Clean: Remove and discard food from the sink and strainer. Wash with Dish Detergent and hot water after each use.

Drain and Disposal Maintenance:For a natural drain cleaner, mix 1 cup of boiling vinegar with a 1/4 cup of All Purpose Bleach Alternative. Pour into the drain and let sit for 5 minutes—rinse with hot water.

Cautions: Steel wool brushes and pads can be damaging. Avoid using ammonia and harsh toxic cleaners.

Windows

Common Problems: Streaking, Dirt, Fingerprints

How to Clean: Wash frames and screens first. Spray with Glass & Mirror Cleaner and wipe using horizontal strokes on one side and vertical strokes on the other. Polish with newspaper for a dirt-resistant finish.

When washing windows, do so on a cloudy day, sunlight will dry them too quickly and cause streaking.

Cautions: Some glass cleaners contain wax which leaves a residue behind. Until the wax is removed, it will constantly smear.

Shop the Cleaning List

All-Purpose Bleach Alternative 32 oz
$15.00

Laundry & Home

Scented Vinegar 16 fl oz
$12.00

Clean & Deodorize

Surface Cleaner 16 fl oz
$12.00

Clean All Surfaces

Dish Detergent 16 fl oz
$12.00

For Sink Washing & Dishwashers

Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths
$20.00

Lint Free for Cleaning and Spot Treating

Glass & Mirror Cleaner 16 fl oz
$12.00

Streak-Free Shine

Glass & Crystal Cleaning Brush
$16.00

Gently Clean Stemware & Crystal

Copper Cloth
$16.00

Scrub Grease & Grime